The Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite that has been befuddling NASA scientists with its unpredictable reentry path has finally fallen back to Earth. We... just don't know where yet exactly. But you're safe to look up now.
According to NASA, the satellite penetrated the atmosphere over the Pacific Ocean between 11:23pm and 1:09am last night, making it likely that it's floating out in open water somewhere. As expected, most of the 20-year-old, 12,500 pound satellite probably burned up on reentry. It must have been quite the light show. [NASA via Washington Post]
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